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THE FRANKLIN PRESS AND THE HIGHLANDS MACONIAN
THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 137
KOIv 'SALE One yoke of cattle,
1,000 to 1.2(H) pounds. C. G. Mincy,
Kllijay, N. C. , -
FOR SALK Small trailer, brand
new, at a bargain Polly's Store,
Franklin, N. C. i
FOR SALE One Delco light
plant and radio at a bargain Mrs.
Win. Howard, Dillard, G.a., Route 1.
It p. . . ' x
Unruly horses shod without in
jury by new method. No increase
in price. Angel's Blacksmith .Shorn
Talmer Street, Franklin, N. C.
S9 Itp S30
NOTICE TO LOGGERS We are
in the market for Butternut (white
.walnut) logs. Call at office for
prices and specifications. Zickgraf
Hardwood Co., Franklin, N. C.
North Carolina 1
Notice is hereby Riven that the
Town of Franklin will receive seal
ed bids for the drilling of a 10
inch well to a depth of not ex
ceeding 500 feet ; said well to be
drilled on a site to. be secured by
the said Town of Franklin.. For
further specifications see the Clerk
tif the Town of Franklin. Bids will
be opened at 7:30 p. m., on Friday,
October 8, 1937, in the Town of
Franklin office, Franklin, North
Carolina. The drilling of said well
shall be completed on or before
January 1, 1938. The Town of
Franklin reserves the right to re
ject any and all proposals or bids.
This the 30th day of September,
TOWN OF FRANKLIN,
GEO. DEAN, Clerk.
BY RABID DOG
(Continued From Page One)
"That vaccination of all dogs in the
county shall begin annually on
April 1, and shall be completed
within 90 days from' the date of
beginning the vaccination in the
There is further provision for the
proper carrying out of this law and
penalties attached thereto for fail
ure to carry out the same.
According to the county attorney,
George Patton, this law has not
been repealed, which seemed to be
the impression of a .number of citi
zens, nor is it affected in any way
by the repeal of any local law in
regard to a county dog tax.
Franklin Foresters Win
The Nantahala forest tennis club
played a return engagement with
the regional office club in Atlanta
Sunday and reversed the score of
the previous tournament held in
Franklin, beating the Atlanta club
4- matches to 3.
Singles Crawford, Atlanta, de
feated Dunbar 6-0, 6-1. Brandt,
Franklin, defeated Florence 6-4, 3-6,
6-1. Colley, Atlanta, defeated Wasi
lik 5-7, 6-4, .6-3. Nichols, Franklin,
defeated Cain- 2-6, 6-2, 612. Hunni
cutt, Franklin defeated Sloan 6-1,
Doubles Brandt and Swafford,
Franklin, defeated Florence and
Gay 3-6, 6-4, 6-4. Crawford and
Heffner, Atlanta, defeated Averell
and Hunnicutt 6-3, 6-3.
Wife "Do you know that you
haven't kissed me for six weeks?"
Prof, (who is absent-minded)
"Good heavens, whom have I been
kissing then ?"
All Used Cars that LOOK alike are NOT alike.
Doubly Inspected USED CARS
We look over our trade-ins before they come in,
and we go over our Used Cars before they go
out. Don't overlook prices. See our cars . . .
then buy with confidence.
1928 Chev. Touring . . .
1934 D Plymouth Coach,
$69.00 Radio and
Heater, new tire,
lofcic and riint like
1934 Ford V-8, 4-door
Se-daln, look and
.runs like new ..... $465
1936 Chev. Coupe. Std.. . $445
1928. Chev. Sedan. A-l .. $100
1936 Chev. Coupe, Std.. . $465
1931 Chev. U -Ton Truck $90
1931 Chev. Sedan, new
paint, good tires . . $225
1928 Chevrolet Touring. . $60
1934 DLCA, good tires.
A-l condition, new
1936 Dodge -Ton Truck,
. stock rack $450
1929 Ford Sedan
192S Chev. Strip .
1929 Ford Roadster :'.
1930 Chev. Strip .....
1931 Chev. Coupe ...
1933 Chev. Coupe ....
1936 Chev. -Ton Truck $450
1936 Chev. 1-ton Truck,
first claiss condition $495
1934 Chev. 1-ttm Truck $300
1934 Chevrolet - Tion
School Bus, 50 pas. $350
1933 Chev. Truck, good
tires, new license,
Joe Morgan truck.. $265
1932 Ford B Coach .... $185
1935 Ford Tudor with
trunk. A-l ........ $425
WILL ACCEPT GOOD FAT CATTLE IN
TRADE FOR USED CARS
Let US Care for YOUR Car
BRING IN YOUR OLD CAR SWAP IT FOR A NEW CAR
TRY AND YOU WILL BUY
A Car you will be Proud to own
' Franklin, N. C.
M r. and Mrs. T. B. Cowan, of
Weoster, have announced the mar
riage of their daughter, Miss Fran
ces Virginia Cowan, to George Car
roll Gibson, of Franklin, which took
place September 12 at the Webster
Baptist church with the Rev. W. N.
Cook, pastor of the church of ficiat
ing. Mr. Gibson is the son of Mr, and
Mrs,- .Walter Gibson, of Franklin.
He is connected with the Allison
Motor company of Sylva, The
couple is residing in Franklin.
Miss Evelyn Keener and Rogers
Wells were quietly married in
Clayton,, Ga., on Saturday, Sep
Mrs. Wells is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W., D. Keener, of the
Clark's Chapel community. She was
beautifully attired in gray with
Mr. Wells is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Wells, of Franklin
Mr. .and Mrs. Wells will make
their home on Franklin Route 1
for a while.
GARDEN CLUB TO
MEET WITH MRS. CONLEY
The Garden club will meet Mon
day affernoon at 3 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Zeb W. Conley.
There will be a flower show
given by the members of the club
at this meeting, and each member
is asked to bring the best selection
of flowers in an appropriate vase
or bowl. -
Miss Pauline Powers entertained
at a 'bridge party at her apartment,
Saturday evening, September 25,
complimenting Air. and Mrs, C. J.
Masser, of New York City. Guests
included Mr. and Mrs. J. B. High
smith, of Brysori City; Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Faison and Hayes
Overcash, of Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Highsmith,
of Bryson City, were the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John R.
, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Ensley, of
Asheville, came over Wednesday to
spend, the day with Mrs. Ensley's
mother, Mrs. W. G. Wilkie. Mr.
and Mrs. Ensley, accompanied by
Mrs. Willie, left Wednesday after
noon for Chase City, Va., for a
visit with Mrs. Wilkie's brother,
E, J. Younce, and for a visit with
her two sisters, Mrs. Nettie Miller
and Mrs. Alfred Ziglar, in New
berg, West, Va.
Passing Stopped School
Bus Violates Law
M. D. Billings, superintendent ' of
public schools for Macon county,
has announced that it is a violation
of the state law for an automobile
to pass a school bus when the bus
has stopped on the highway.
There was a near accident on the
highway this week, when an occur
ence of this kind' happened. The
charge has been reported to R. E.
Erwin, state highway patrolman at
Mr. Billings also announced that
all charges reported to him would
be turned over to the proper authorities.
Minneapolis. Investigation of
screams coming from a locked ga
rage sent police searching for a
barrel small size but a sack had
In the garage they found Rob
ert Hawkinson, 12, very scared,
very dirty and very naked. He
told them he had an argument with
three other youths, retired to
what he thought was a safe dis
tance, .and threw rocks at them.
The distance wasn't safe enough,
however, and the others caught
him, stripped him and locked him
in the garage.' '
The patrolman cut a couple of
leg-holes in a hurlap sack, popped
Robert into it, and escorted him
Lady "Do I pay anything f or
Conductor "No fare for all under
Lady ("That's fine, but how
much for trie other four? T have
Hats! Hats! Hats!
We've got em! Just step in and try one
on. . . . You will like them. AH the
latest styles and colors.
E. K. Cunningham & Co.
THE SHOP OF QUALITY
FRANKLIN, N. C.
Future Years ;
A part of all you earn is yours
SAVE a portion of your income
The Building- and Loan share plan is the simpr
lest and most convenient thrift arrangement.
You deposit a small sum each week or month.
It soon grows to a large amount. Three con
venient sayings plans are offered :
Class "A" weekly payments of 50 cents
earn $100 in 181 weeks.
Class"B" weekly payments of 25 cents
earn $100 in 334 weeks.
. Class "C" weekly payments oi 2l2
cents earn $100 in 596 weeks.
You get back from 10 to 25 per cent
more than you put in.
49th Series Now Open
AN ADDITIONAL SERVICE
To our investors and borrowers we offer an inexpensive plan
of monthly life insurance which matures your share in full, or
cancels your loan with the Association, IMMEDIATELY, in
case of your death. .
This insurance feature makes sure the completion of your
savings program or home ownership plan, regardless of whether
you liye to see it through. '
Typical illustration . of cost : Shareholders age 30 to 34 may
insure maturity of 10 shares of Class "B" stock by paying
average monthly premium of 38 cents. '
Building and Loan Shares, plus insurance, provide the most
attractive short-term endowment policy that can be had.
We invite youf inquiries regarding our savings plan, also the
insured-share arrangement. NOW is the best time to start to
ward your ideal of "glorious independence," V
BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
Office Over Bank of Franklin